Note: If you need assistance from one of our volunteers, refer to our information on volunteers in the court.

Protect All Children Today (PACT)

If you would like to become a volunteer in the court, contact Protect All Children Today (PACT) which provides free support and information to help victims and witnesses understand court processes.

PACT support volunteers can:

  • provide support and information about what happens before, during or after court
  • explain how the courts and legal systems operate
  • help to arrange access to a secure room if required
  • assist victims to complete Victim Impact Statements
  • talk to court users on their day of court either before or after their matter has been heard.

Contact PACT find out more about becoming a support volunteer.

Queensland Homicide Victims Support Group (QHVSG)

Since its inception in 1995, QHVSG volunteers have provided support to members who have lost a loved one to homicide.

Its volunteers support the health and wellbeing of its members in court by showing empathy and compassion for their loss, holding space or simply familiarising members with the court environment.

If you are looking to make a difference or develop your understanding of court processes, QHVSG encourages you to apply to become a volunteer.